Louisiana Community Colleges Offering the Most Programs

  • The average community college in Louisiana offers approximately 5 programs (2020).
  • The community colleges offering the most programs are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The community college in Louisiana offering the most programs is Baton Rouge School of Computers, offering 6 programs.

Louisiana Community Colleges Offering the Most Programs (2020)

  • College Programs Offered Location
  • Rank: #1-41.-4.
    Baton Rouge School of Computers
    Private, for profit
    6
    9352 Interline Ave
    Baton Rouge LA  70809
    (225)923-2524
  • Rank: #1-41.-4.
    Blue Cliff College-Shreveport
    Private, for profit
    6
    8731 Park Plaza Drive
    Shreveport LA  71105
    (318)425-7941
  • Rank: #1-41.-4.
    Delta College of Arts & Technology
    Private, for profit
    6
    7380 Exchange Place
    Baton Rouge LA  70806
    (225)928-7770
  • Rank: #1-41.-4.
    American School of Business
    Public
    6
    702 Professional Dr N
    Shreveport LA  71105
    (318)798-3333
  • Rank: #5-75.-7.
    Blue Cliff College-Alexandria
    Private, for profit
    5
    1505 Metro Dr Ste 1
    Alexandria LA  71301
    (318)445-2778
  • Rank: #5-75.-7.
    Blue Cliff College-Metairie
    Private, for profit
    5
    3200 Cleary Ave
    Metairie LA  70002
    (504)456-3141
  • Rank: #5-75.-7.
    Blue Cliff College-Houma
    Private, for profit
    5
    803 Barrow St
    Houma LA  70360
    (985)601-4000
  • Rank: #88.
    Blue Cliff College-Lafayette
    Private, for profit
    4
    120 James Comeaux Rd.
    Lafayette LA  70508
    (337)269-0620
  • Rank: #99.
    Camelot College
    Private, for profit
    3
    2618 Wooddale Blvd Ste A
    Baton Rouge LA  70805
    (225)928-3005
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